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How to remove dm module from mitsubishi ws-55513

We have the famous flashing green light. I am trying to get the dm module out and I am not sure what all needs to be removed to get it out. There seems to be something in side the silver case in the back that is holding it onto the bottom and I can't get enough clearance on top to get it off.

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Two choices =
1) Replace DM MODULE. 650.00 is right.

2) Rebuild DM MODULE. Done right = a little less than Mits.
Caution: High degree of skill needed and ask about warranty
in either choice.Rebuilds usually cover only parts installed,
not complete module.If you do the research on repair,you
will find pin push reset does not work,in most cases....T.

Posted on Nov 05, 2007

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The four cap replacement in DM module repair is simplistic
and incomplete, as you found out. ALL defective DM modules
have bad SMC's ( small "top hat" caps) AKA surface-mount
capacitors that can be changed only by the most highly skilled
bench techs. We used to change out hundreds years ago in
camcorder circuit board repair.DM board repair is a much more
accessible,thus more "do-able". For more info.............T.

Posted on Nov 05, 2007

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http://www.chrisandnat.com/Projects/BlinkingTV/blink.htm
http://www.jeremyburns.com/Mitsubishi-Green-Blinking-Light-Fix.pdf
http://www.fixya.com/howto/h159332-mitsubishi_dm_board_repair
http://hdtvoice.com/voice/showthread.php?t=32186
replace DM

Picture of bad caps
http://www.auctioncreations.com/wd62525a.JPG

The DM board is the one with the digital connectors on the back panel. If you already have it appart, you may as well check the caps on all of the boards. The caps that go bad are typically Jamicon brand caps in 1000 uF and 330 uF values. There are also a couple of 3300 uF caps in the PS that cause problems.

Posted on Jan 24, 2008

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You are probably talking about the FMT board. I think you can have this board repaired at PTS 18008447871

Posted on Mar 13, 2008

experttv
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What does the set do when you try to turn it on? What does the led light on the front of the set do?
let me know so i can help

Tim Nolan

Posted on Sep 17, 2008

welcomejee
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SOURCE: DM module removal

Hi,
Check this link for guidance with pictures about DM board removal.
Thank you.

Posted on Oct 07, 2008

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from what i know thru extensive research.....and i mean alot the dm board (as in the whole thing) is not all bad its thecapacitors on the dm board that are supposably cheap O'z if you know what i mean. there should be 4 of them. you can buy the replacemnets from radio shack for about 8.50. if you know someone who is handy with a soildering iron, or a freelace electically type then ask them if they can put the new ones on for you. the correct one you need are -40 degrees to +85 degrees Celceus...tolerance +20%, now this is important 1000microfarad.... now these capacitors cant be less than 16V they can be over but not under.... typical brand to get is xicon....you have to remove the dm board which is in a metal shield once the back part of the television is removed you will see it cause it looks like it should be in a computer. but apparently this is typical and its a very simple fix but everyone that is capable to fix it want to bend you over and do you dry....mitsubishi should be ashamed of themselves for not correcting this themselve and offering help with cost.. hope this helps guys!

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and incomplete, as you found out. ALL defective DM modules
have bad SMC's ( small "top hat" caps) AKA surface-mount
capacitors that can be changed only by the most highly skilled
bench techs. We used to change out hundreds years ago in
camcorder circuit board repair.DM board repair is a much more
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